Sunday, April 1, 2012

Today I want to introduce you to Christy Barritt and tell you about her new release, RACE AGAINST TIME.
Christy Barritt is an author, freelance writer, and speaker who lives in Virginia. She's married to her Prince Charming, a man who thinks she's hilarious - but only when she's not trying to be. Christy's a self-proclaimed klutz, an avid music lover who's known for spontaneously bursting into song, and a road trip aficionado. She's only won one contest in her life - and her prize was kissing a pig (okay,okay, actually she did win the Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Suspense and Mystery for her book Suspicious Minds also). Her current claim to fame is showing off her mother, who looks just like former First Lady Barbara Bush.
When she's not working or spending time with her family, she enjoys singing, playing the guitar, and exploring small, unsuspecting towns where people have no idea how accident prone she is.
For more information, visit her website at:

I had the pleasure of reading Christy's Love Inspired Suspense, RACE AGAINST TIME. And, what a suspense it is! The small-town setting and its lovable characters drew me in. This book is a definite sit on the edge of your chair and hold your breath type of read from the first few pages until the last. Christy had me caring about the characters and wanting to warn them about the impending danger I sensed just around the corner. If you enjoy a good suspenseful mystery, you shouldn't miss this one.

Were it not for her cop neighbor, widowed mother, Madison Jacobs would be dead. Thankfully, Detective Brody Philips interrupts an attempt on her life in the nick of time. But the would-be killer hasn't given up, and each tick of the clock brings the madman closer to finishing what he started. Brody vows to catch the serial killer plaguing the sleepy Virginia town ... especially when he realizes the danger has followed him from the big city. With everyone around him at risk, it'll take everything Brody's got to do his duty and keep Madison and her son safe.


Susan said...

I actually just looked at this book on my Kindle last night. Now I think I'm gonna have to get it to read - thanks for helping me continue along my path of procrastination...;)

Brooksie said...

OOHHH, Sounds like an awesome book. Anybody who is accident prone, is okay in my book. God made us special and a little tougher.